Welcome to the 5th and final round of Guess the CTer 2021. For the latest updates on the game, to check what other coins have been posted and to review the clues to the possible prizes please check out the master thread. [Ancients] Guess the Cointalker 2021 (Master Thread) Coin #5 Pontos, Amisos Time of Mithradates AE 21, Amisos mint, struck ca. 120-64 BC Dia.: 22 mm Wt.: 7.3 g Why I Added the Coin to my Collection This was one of the first ancient coins I bought, in a local coin store. I thought the obverse depiction of a Gorgon in Aegis looked like a lady's head surrounded by a sunflower, or possibly a pinecone. Later, I looked up Mithradates VI and came to appreciate the coin as a link to one of Rome's most talented enemies. How the Game Works I think most members who have been playing along over the last few weeks already know how the game works so I won’t rehash here. Please take a look in the master thread above if you need a refresher on the rules of the game. This round will work the same as previous rounds with one small exception. Since this is the final round and everyone has now seen all 5 coins the volunteers provided I will invite everyone to rethink and re-guess all 5 if you so wish. Anyone who attempts to guess all 5 will win an extra chance to win this round. Anyone who gets the 5 correct will get 2 additional chances to win. Below are the 5 volunteers and the 4 coins from the previous rounds. @Parthicus @Curtisimo @Cucumbor @bcuda @Theodosius Click on the spoiler buttons to see the coins from previous rounds. Spoiler: Coin #1 Spoiler: Coin #2 Spoiler: Coin #3 Spoiler: Coin #4 A Note to the Volunteers If you would like to follow along with the results of the poll feel free to vote for yourself or at random. A Note to Poll Voters The poll option is intended just for fun. To have your guess counted you MUST comment in the thread.